A relationship should be based on trust. We often hear how important this concept is to a successful relationship. Usually that trust leads you to feel secure enough to discuss anything, explore anything that will allow you to add ‘spice’ to the relationship, and this often includes sending explicit pictures. However, this practice intended to be an intimate act between lovers has been turned into a public spectacle, intended to extort and embarrass Jamaican females. This gave birth to the website JA Girls Exposed. One of my followers on Twitter has found herself “exposed”, pictures she sent to a guy she was dating posted on a website for all the world to see. By all accounts, she is popular on Twitter, a stunning young lady, comfortable with her body and her sexuality. She wants you to hear her side of the story, to tell you about her personal anguish and sense of betrayal. We will call her VC. Here she is, in her own words.
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Tags: Betrayal, Friends, JA Girl Exposed, Jamaica, Jamaicans, Nude Pictures, relationship, Trust, Twitter
Tags: Education, Jamaica, Jamaican High School, Jamaicans, Purity Ring, Sex Tapes, Unprotected Sex
In the last five (5) years there has been a drastic increase in the practice of high school students having sex and recording it via smartphones and other recording devices. Often times these students are clothed in full uniform and even more often they are engaging in unprotected sex. The latest video going viral appears to be of a student of Excelsior High in Kingston; true to form, the young lady is in full uniform, bent over in what appears to be an abandoned building by the road side (by the sound of it) and the young man is wearing no condom.
Tags: Bowaz, Cunnilingus and Fellatio, Jamaica, Jamaicans, Oral sex, The Bowaz Lecture
The funniest thing happened this morning. I received an email from a guy who subscribes to my blog, blasting me for encouraging people to participate in oral sex. Interestingly enough, the criticism wasn’t aimed at stopping me from promoting it, but rather, it blasted me for promoting it without telling my readers that it’s a skill, and simply putting mouth to genitals isn’t enough. The young man, who will remain anonymous, told me, “I love yuh blogs, but you can’t telling di b dem fi just suck hood suh Mr. Editor. Find an experience girl nuh and mek har explain how to do it good. Mi hate when di new one dem suck it and dem teeth graze off mi hood, dawg it hot…”
Tags: A Yah Suh Nice, Dancehall, Homosexual, Jamaica, Jamaicans, Rape
Rape is a serious issue and must never be trivialised. Homosexuals have sex because they choose to, a woman has no choice in being raped. Tonight on Twitter, I came across the lyrics of a popular dancehall song which has been making the rounds on local airwaves. The song, titled “A Yah Suh Nice”, contains a line where the artiste declares “Before mi tun a battyman, mi wudda tun a raper”. I find the lyrics deeply troubling, not only because the artiste has poor grammar (I’m not aware that “raper” is a word), but because of the alarming message. I wish to share my thoughts on this.
Tags: Bowaz, fellatio, Jamaica, Jamaicans, Oral sex, Popular, Society, The Bowaz Confessions
Since I started this blog, I’ve dedicated three posts to the issue of oral sex. In these posts, I discussed the attitudes and perceptions of oral sex and at the end, I’m always asked, “but why?”. In other words, why do girls perform fellatio? Why do men perform cunnilingus?
The answer, at least to me, would have been obvious; it’s a part of holistic sexual pleasure. However, to those who can find no justification for it whatsoever, it obviously would seem untenable, unacceptable even. So I decided to push the envelope some more. I’m going to devote this entire post to people who engage in oral sex giving their justification and reasoning. I declare it… The Bowaz Confessions.
Tags: Andrew Holness, Election, Jamaica, Jamaican Politics, Jamaicans, JLP, PNP, Politics, portia simpson miller
The polls said it would be close, the pundits opined that it was anybody’s race to win; but when the dust settled on Thursday night, Jamaicans made one thing explicitly clear, this is PNP country. In what was a stunning electoral upset, the Opposition People’s National swept the ruling Jamaica Labour Party from power in spectacular style, winning 42 of the 63 seats in the House of Representatives.